Prebuilt RAID arrays are pretty mainstream now, but they're usually massive in size and focused on sheer storage volume -- two qualities Norazza's PocketRAID eschews in the name of portable data redundancy. The 1.5-inch thick PocketRAID contains what we're assuming is two 1.8-inch hard drives in a permanent RAID 1 configuration, allowing you to work with up to 320GB of data on the road without fear. The eSATA / USB 2.0 drives are shipping now, if you've got the coin -- prices range from $439 for 120GB to a whopping $929 for 320GB of storage.

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